childrens books

Get Sleepy With Batman In Mad Magazine's 'Goodnight Batcave'
Get Sleepy With Batman In Mad Magazine's 'Goodnight Batcave'
As regular ComicsAlliance readers know very well, I pretty much always take the position that any story that doesn't have Batman in it would be vastly improved if Batman was in it. Seriously, think of the best non-Batman story you can. Now imagine, say, Hamlet or whatever with a rocket car and a dude throwing Batarangs at supervillains, and just try to tell me that it wouldn't be better that way. And for the record, that theory includes picture books for babies, too. Now, we're finally seeing this theory being put to the test with Goodnight Batcave, a brand-new parody of children's classic Goodnight Moon from writer Dave Croatto and artist Tom Richmond that's coming from MAD Magazine this November. Check out a preview and witness the improvement for yourself!
Josh Cooley Transforms R-Rated Movies Into Children's Books
Josh Cooley Transforms R-Rated Movies Into Children's Books
Listen, I'm going to be real with you for a second: I love 1980s action movies more than I love most members of my own family. I mean, hell, if we're talking about Die Hard, I love that movie more than I love pretty much every member of my own family (sorry mom). So when I saw Josh Cooley's series of illustrations where he turns movies like Die Hard, Predator and Road Warrior into Golden Books sty
Scott Snyder’s Conspiracy Theory: Who Are the Cops in Every Marvel and DC Kids Comic?
Scott Snyder’s Conspiracy Theory: Who Are the Cops in Every Marvel and DC Kids Comic?
As the writer of Detective Comics, Scott Snyder has delved into some weird mysteries, but this week, he discovered one that even he can't answer: Who are these two cops in every super-hero children's book? As pointed out by Snyder on his Twitter feed with an overwhelming amount of evidence collected at iFanboy, these two character designs -- dark hair with sideburns and red hair with a hilarious